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republicans' decision last week to back off their reckless threat to hold the debt ceiling hostage. dosuspending the debt limit will ensure we pay the bills we've already incurred. the legislation before the senate sets an important precedent that the full fanal and credit of the -- the full faith and credit of the united states will no longer be used as a pawn to extracts cuts from medicare, medicaid, or other initiatives that best the middle class. a clean debt increase should be the standard. congress will continue to work to reduce the deficit but will do it without the threat of default. weaver already made $2.5 trillion in historic bipartisan deficit reduction. $2.5 trillion. democrats believe we should do more. it's critical that we use a balanced approach that couples smart spending cuts with revenue from the wealthiest americans and from closing the wasteful tax loopholes that i've just talked about. obviously, democrats would prefer a longer suspension of the debt ceiling which will provide additional economic security and stability as we continue to find ways to decrease
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